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Hello all

I am trying to display my Laptop image on the TV via Wireless/LAN.

Think of the TV as the projector without the cable.
Now If do have a Samsung UE46D6510 TV. There are quiet a few screensharing ads out there and perhaps the TV has to support that too. I am hoping for a trick of hack here.


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are u looking for a static (once-off) capture? continuous video? or something in between like a new picture every 5 sec enuff? And how much are u budgeted for?

Solution: FREE. Explanation: I will have to charge$ you.

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Hi!

basically the TV should be a second monitor/beamer and I want to stream a picture there. moving, motion not with 5sec interval. Sound is not so important.

best example, surfing the web on the large TV without connecting a cable.


if it works, budget does not matter.

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Quote:
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if it works, budget does not matter.

Pay sumbody to write a VNC widget for the Samsung. Anything else requires the addition of external hardware.

Solution: FREE. Explanation: I will have to charge$ you.

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Perhaps Intel WiDi (Wireless Display) is what you are looking for.

Newer laptops come with the chip built-in, but you can also get the part and replace it yourself. You would then need the Netgear Push2TV Adapter to connect to your TV.

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would wireless hdmi work?
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there's no wireless hdmi in Samsung UE46D6510.. I had a vnc program written for this purpose

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No I meant you could buy a wireless hdmi adapter
http://www.google.com/products/catal...ed=0CE0Q8wIwAQ
like this one
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